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Check out this week’s celeb inspired hairstyles – Beauty and Health – Pulselive.co.ke

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As you already know by now, ever new week we share with you some stunning celeb inspired hairstyles.

This week, we take a look at simple natural hairstyles that you can try out. Most of us ladies do not feel complete till the hair is well done. You could have the best dress and shoes in the room, but if you’re having a bad hair day, you’ll still not feel confident in yourself. When it comes to hairstyles, I always say that it’s good to get out of your comfort zone and try different styles, be it a dramatic change, like going or the big chop or a pop of color or simply switching to a simple and effortlessly stylish braid or weave style. Have a look at the week’s hairstyle inspo.

 

1. Kamene Goro’s side haircut.

The NRG radio presenter looks really good with this side cut. I like the little pop of color too. Nothing too dramatic, just one shaven side and the remaining hair flat ironed and swept to the side. This style may not be suitable for some professional setups and some schools, but it’s dope for a creative looking for something edgy.


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NRG Radio presenter, Kamene Goro sporting a haircut (Instagram enidmoraa)

 

2. Enid Moraa, who hosts Rauka on Citizen TV is giving us major hair envy with her updo hairstyle.


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Rauka TV show host, Enid Moraa (Instagram enidmoraa)

 

3. We love Cece Sagini’s cornrow style.

The beauty of cornrow styles is that there are so many style options to select from, plus, you can go for a colored braid if you want to try out some hair color without having to dye your own hair.


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Singer, Cece Sagini’s braid style (Instagram cecesagini)

 

4. Caroline Mutoko’s signature ponytail cornrow style.

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Caroline loves ponytails and neat cornrow styles. We love this ponytail style with a side fringe. It’s definitely age appropriate, especially for ladies who are 30 and above.


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Caroline Mutoko ponytail cornrow style (Instagram caroline.mutoko)

ALSO READ: 10 simple and cute ponytail cornrow hairstyles to try out

 

5. Lady Mandy’s colorful fro.

For those not afraid to try some color, borrow some inspiration from Stylist, Amanda. Simple, cute and effortless.


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Stylist, Lady Mandy sporting a colorful fro (Instagram iamladymandy)

 

ALSO READ: Last week’s celeb inspired hairstyles to try out (Photos)



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Homa Bay health workers: MCAs interfere with health services

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Homa Bay County KNUN Secretary Omondi Nyonje, KUCO Executive Secretary Philip Mbom and KUCO chairman Stephen Obunga. [James Omoro, Standard]

Health workers’ unions in Homa Bay have accused Members of the County Assembly (MCAs) of interfering with health services at the County Referral Hospital.
The County Assembly recently adopted a report that the acting Chief Executive Officer of the hospital Peter Ogolla be removed to pave way for the reinstatement of the former CEO Dr Lilian Kocholla who was recently shown the door.
Dr Kocholla was sent on compulsory leave because of alleged poor management which had put the hospital in a deplorable state.
This made MCAs through the Health Committee conduct investigations which revealed the hospital lacked many essential drugs including panadol.
Instead, the MCAs blamed the health executive Prof Richard Muga for the problems in the hospital, before they impeached him a few days later.
But the Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN) and Kenya Union of Clinical Officers (KUCO) accused the MCAs of interfering with the service delivery at the facility.
The county KNUN Secretary Omondi Nyonje, KUCO Executive Secretary Philip Mbom and KUCO chairman Stephen Obunga said changes in the management of the hospital should not be altered again.
“It is true that there has been an issue of poor management at the hospital and that is why patients were forced to buy many essential items including gloves for medics to attend to them,” Nyonje said.

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He, however, noted that the new management should be given time“ to enable Dr Ogolla to apply all his skills of correcting anomalies which were caused by the previous management.”  
Mbom argued that the recommendation by the MCAs to reinstate Dr Kocholla is tantamount to interfering with the provision of health services at the hospital.
“The change of management was made to correct weaknesses which impeded the proper provision of health services in the hospital. Any attempts to defeat the changes mean impending delivery of health services to Homa Bay residents,” Mbom said.
Obunga said health is a sensitive department that should be handled keenly. “We urge MCAs to handle health department with utmost care because any mistake by management of a health facility can cause loss of lives.”
The County Assembly Health Committee chairperson Joan Ogada said their aim was to improve service delivery in the hospital.
“The staff at the hospital should forge a spirit of teamwork and unity to ensure quality health service delivery to Homa Bay residents,” Ms Ogada said when she tabled the investigative report in the Assembly. 
The fate of Prof Muga now lies in hands of Governor Cyprian Awiti who can decide to sack or retain him in his executive committee.

 

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Congo President Sassou Nguesso appoints son as minister in new govt

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The Republic of Congo’s President Denis Sassou Nguesso has chosen a new government that includes his son as well as an opposition leader, according to a statement read on public television.

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Senate to decide Wajir Governor’s fate on Monday afternoon – KBC

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The Senate will on Monday, May 17 hold a special sitting to decide the fate of Wajir Governor Mohammed Abdi Mohamoud.

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In a Gazette notice Senate Speaker Kenneth Lusaka said the only business to be transacted during the afternoon sitting will be the consideration of a report of the Special Committee on the proposed removal of Mohamoud from the Office of the Governor.

In what has been an anxious wait, the Governor will know his fate on Monday at 2.30 p.m when the House reconvenes to discuss the report of the 11-member Senate Committee that probed his removal by way of impeachment.

The Committee led by Senator Okong’o Omogeni concluded its two-day hearing sessions on Thursday last week after gathering evidence from the County Assembly and the Governor’s defense teams.

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Governor Mohamud was impeached on account of abuse of office, financial impropriety, gross misconduct, and gross violation of the Constitution.

In his submission the Governor urged the committee to give a credible verdict for the benefit of the Wajir residents.

He was impeached on April 27 in a vote supported by 37 MCAs against 10.

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